Beating the odds

Brink, Susan; Mannix, Margaret
February 1996
U.S. News & World Report;2/12/96, Vol. 120 Issue 6, p60
Examines how a large number of people with HIV are fending off the AIDS virus. Newfound compassion for AIDS victims; Improved quality of life for those whose infection has moved into the AIDS realm; Profiles of Earvin (Magic) Johnson and several other Americans; Drugs including AZT; Statistics on AIDS; HIV- and AIDS-related resources on the Internet. INSETS: Sweeter this time around (Magic Johnson), by Mike Tharp;Where did the virus go?, by Traci Watson.


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